The book is more than a story about rebuilding after a landslide or learning to use the creative process in order to change my life. It’s an opportunity to raise awareness for others so they can choose to engage their creativity and improve their lives.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Fight-or-flight is the nervous system’s response to a stressful situation and prepares the body to fight or flee. When disaster strikes, we are faced with this decision. Will we choose to fight for our dreams or abandon them all together?
When a landslide destroyed her house, author Susan Sherayko found every aspect of her life altered. She and her husband faced the physical realities of displacement, the emotional grief for what had been lost and the mental challenge of finding new solutions. As Sherayko focused on rebuilding her life, she discovered a powerful healing system centered on the art of thinking.
Sherayko realized that the very things that block success also block creativity. In her book “Rainbows Over Ruins,” Sherayko details her experience of finding opportunity in the midst of crisis. While taking actions to improve her life was important, she found that she needed to couple those actions with a new way of thinking. She uses her experiences to guide others in unleashing their creative potential while encouraging them to embrace possibility.
“The book is more than a story about rebuilding after a landslide or learning to use the creative process in order to change my life,” said Sherayko. “It’s an opportunity to raise awareness for others so they can choose to engage their creativity and improve their lives as well.”
Throughout the book, readers will learn how to flip their thinking by asking the right questions and making conscious choices to achieve the life of their dreams. While planning and doing are one aspect of this process, Sherayko encourages building a cohesive relationship between these conscious actions and the subconscious mind to bring about real, positive transformation.
“Live life and feel the way you want to feel right now – not in the distant future. You want to feel the essence of what you are creating now. You want to hold that feeling,” Sherayko says.
“Rainbows Over Ruins”
By: Susan Sherayko
ISBN: 978-1-45259-261-9 (sc), 978-1-45259-262-6 (e)
Available at Amazon.com and BalboaPress.com
About the author
Susan Sherayko has studied energetic principles for over 35 years. A professional in television production, her focus on guiding others through their own creative process, personally and professionally, emerged when a landslide destroyed her family’s home. Sherayko lives in Agua Dulce, California with her husband, horses, dogs and a small frontier town.